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NOAB (OFFICIAL BOOTLEG)

Solaris

 

Symphonic Prog

4.35 | 11 ratings

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4 stars I received this September 2005 release recently after a real difficult time getting hold of it.For those who enjoy the music of Solaris this is an essential release. It contains great playing from all band members.Kollars flute is prominent. The highlight is the epic NOAB track weighing in at 21 mins plus.This track contains elements of the track LA 2026 and parts of Nostradamus and so is very much a hybrid. The sleeve notes are in Hungarian so I am not sure when or where the release was recorded.The quality of the disc is better than archive I but is still very much a raw live recording.

The rest of the tracks are pleasing but this release is worth obtaining just for NOAB. I was going to give this 3 stars , because of its rawness but as someone who is moved by the Solaris sound I must give this 4 stars

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